The Seaman's log book: [electronic resource] : containing the outlines of a log book, properly divided and headed: with columns for hours, knots, half-knots, courses, winds, lee-way, and remarks. Well adapted for the purpose of entering every day's work with the greatest readiness, being calculated to save much time and trouble at sea.
- America: Providence (Rhode-Island) : Printed by Carter and Wilkinson, and sold at their book and stationary store, opposite the market; where may be had a variety of other books for seamen, charts, andc., 1798.
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- Early American imprints. First series ; no. 48610.
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